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More than 200 claims were handed over to EQC from Southern Response at the end of 2019 when the state insurer wound down its operations.
Until now, Southern Response has repeatedly refused interviews with senior staff. Its new boss is offering a public apology for claimants who weren't treated well by the state insurer.
Unfair ticket resales could be outlawed, but until then a consumer rights expert talks with reporter Logan Church about the problem, and tips to ensure your tickets are the real deal.
The family of a young boy who died from measles is pleading with others to immunise before it is too late, even as Samoa's government announced a two-day shutdown.
Something was clearly missing at church services in Samoa this weekend - children.
Pasifika leaders in New Zealand are calling for people to post one-star reviews for a Florida bar that has trademarked the word 'bula'.
Banded Dotterel breeding season is about to get under way and conservationists are deploying new tactics to protect the threatened species. Video
Dementia support workers say a shortage of dementia beds in Canterbury is only expected to get worse.
Some Hanmer Springs businesses are hoping that an eleventh-hour effort will save their town from being inundated with freedom campers.
The Christchurch City Council is promising to stop putting chlorine in tapwater by January, though staff say that deadline is tight.
One of the world's best drummers will be heading for Christchurch as part of the city's big band festival.
Christchurch City Council staff are rushing to find another way to get chlorine out of the city's water within its 12-month deadline.
A piece of Fiordland history has been found nestled on pebbly Docherty Beach.
A bizarre economic climate is being blamed as the reason why some central Christchurch businesses are having to close their doors. Video
Businesses in the Christchurch suburb of New Brighton say something needs to be done to pull the area out of an economic slump.
The race is on to raise enough money to fix Kaikōura's old drill hall.
Asking permission to enter Hunter Valley Station is nigh on impossible, a South Island mountaineer says.
A world-first digitisation project has made what's been dubbed as 500-year-old fake news available to the masses.
Christchurch moteliers are blaming competition from AirBnB and a lack of events for what's being called the worst winter since the Canterbury earthquakes. Video
An alternative mental health treatment facility that focuses on an holistic approach is being proposed in Christchurch.
Some Christchurch city councillors are worried a proposed ban on freedom camping in Akaroa won't solve the problem.
Plans by Christchurch City Council to help curb a rising homeless population has worried some of the people who live rough.
A security guard role created to help prevent staff assaults at Christchurch's Hillmorton Hospital has been labelled as "useless".
Christchurch ratepayers are forking out $1.24 million on a touch screen wall in the city's new central library.
Christchurch City Council is investigating a water bottling plant in Belfast over claims of worker safety issues.